Winston-Salem resident Stephanie Bennett is a WFDD listener and wants to know more about something that most of us do every day. She's serious about recycling but doesn't understand why it can be s
There's been a lot of talk over the last few years about who should be drawing North Carolina's legislative districts and how it might be done.
Late last year, the State Board of Elections began an investigation into North Carolina's 9th Congressional District because of potential voting irregularities.
As the Triad prepares for potentially heavy snow this weekend, people at the North Carolina Department of Transportation are getting ready too.
Earlier this year, we aired a Carolina Curious edition about the origins of the word “Cackalacky.”
Chances are, sometime in recent days, you've seen or heard a political ad.
Industrial hemp has fallen in and out of favor since George Washington first cultivated the fiber on his Mt. Vernon farm, using it to make items such as rope and canvas sails.
If you're from North Carolina, most people would agree: you're a North Carolinian.
But what do you call someone from High Point or Boone? What about Winston-Salem? In our latest installment of Carolina Curious, we found that the answers are all over the map.
When Liz Noland and her husband moved from Virginia to Winston-Salem in 2011, she went to the local DMV office to get a new driver's license, but she wasn't able to leave with it in hand that day.
There's an old nickname for North Carolina, with a lot of variations: Cackalacky. Cackalack. North Cack.
Some folks love the terms. And a few seem to hate them.